When I log into turbo tax it says federal taxes were accepted below that it says FL taxes printed ready to mail will this affect me getting my taxes via direct deposit?


No, the Florida state return status will not affect your federal refund direct deposit. Below is information about the Florida return.

Florida does not levy a state individual income tax. You do not need to file an income tax return with the state.

The Florida return in TurboTax (Form DR-405) is to report tangible personal property used in a Florida-located business or rental property and is filed with the county property appraiser. 

If you do not have a business or rental real estate with assets in Florida, you do not need to prepare or file the Florida return in TurboTax.

You should have been presented with the opportunity to skip the Florida return (Form DR-405) entirely if you had no tangible personal property to report. 

If you are using one of the online products and have not paid for the Florida return (or registered if using a free version of TurboTax), you can delete the Florida return by following these instructions: https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1900608-how-do-i-delete-my-state-in-turbotax-online

If you mistakenly continued on through the Florida section in TurboTax and paid for the return that you do not need, you can contact customer service and request a refund. 

Visit --> https://support.turbotax.intuit.com/contact/ to contact customer service.

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